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Header/Footer Designer

The Header/Footer Designer allows you to add various elements to the Header or Footer of your report template.

These elements include:

  • Labels: are used to add a static label in your reports. In Header/Footer Designer, labels are shown with a light grey background.
  • Database field: retrieves data from your project or test hole and displays it while generating the report. In Header/Footer Designer, database fields are shown with light green background. The prefix "B:" or "P:" at the beginning of each element represents Borehole data or Project data, respectively.
  • User Name: prints the user name in the report.
  • Date: prints the current date at the time of generating the report.
  • Page Number: shows the page number in each log.
  • Logo: allows to insert the company logo or any other image in the template.
  • QR Code: a machine-readable optical label that can contain information about the item to which it is attached. This can be scanned by a cell phone or tablet and directs the user to a webpage. Insert a QR code on your report template and specify the target web address.
  • Shapes: refers to basic geometric shapes that may be added to your report

The Database field is one of the most useful objects to add your report. This object holds information about current project or borehole for which the report is being prepared.

To add an element to the Header/Footer:

  1. Click and hold the icon in the toolbar with your mouse.
  2. Drag the element to either the Header or Footer and position it where you want.
  3. A properties pane will appear on the right side of the dialog to allow you to edit the element properties (font type, size, etc.)
  4. Elements can also be resized by clicking and dragging the corner of an element.

The Header/Footer Designer also includes other useful design tools such as:

  • Zoom - use the zoom buttons on the toolbar to adjust the view to desired zoom level (up to 300% of the actual size). The 100% zoom represents the actual paper size of your template.
  • Show Grids - click this icon to turn the gridlines on or off when needed. Gridlines are only used for aligning the objects on your report and will not be shown on your project reports. Click and hold the Show Grid icon to define the size of the gridline shown in the background of the header or footer.
  • Snap to Grid - click on the icon to activate option. This is particularly useful when moving or resizing objects.
  • Export/Import to XML - this feature is mainly used for sharing your design with another RSLog account. In this case you would export the design as XML file; The other RSLog account holder would then import the XML file into a new or existing template.
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